Lately, snackable offerings have been trending across the sector as consumers shift to more convenient and on-the-go products. With demands ranging from craving quenchers to fuel powering, shoppers are eager to get their hands on these mini-meals, and Savencia is on deck to bring the next snacking craze to the forefront. The cheesemaker recently added Alouette Cheese Gourmet Bites to retail shelves, small balls of its signature, creamy cheese filled with flavor-packed centers.
“We’re thrilled to introduce our American audience to a new way of enjoying Alouette’s flavorful, spreadable cheeses,” said Mikhail Chapnik, Vice President of Marketing at Savencia Cheese USA. “Gourmet Bites offer an elegant and elevated snacking option that’s unique in the U.S. market.”
With flavor profiles like Garlic & Herb, based on Alouette’s best-selling spreadable cheese, and Caramelized Onion, an elevated spin on a popular snacking flavor, these snackable morsels pack the satisfying punch shoppers are looking for. Perfect for entertaining, the small morsels are fun and indulgent, with less than 100 calories per serving.
As many Americans spent more time at home over the past year, they craved unique snacks to fill their dining rooms with excitement, explained the company in a release. Until now, cheese snacks have been largely dominated by more kid-friendly options. Alouette’s Gourmet Bites give adults the savory snack they crave, with a touch of sophistication and a burst of flavor.
Prior to its U.S. release this year, Alouette’s Gourmet Bites were popular across Europe, with Caramelized Onion a favorite among French shoppers, noted the release.
To keep Gourmet Bites fresh, they are sold in resealable trays that can be opened one section at a time. The trays make it easy to serve to friends and family or enjoy the ready-to-eat bites straight from the fridge. Enjoyable as an appetizer or as a small snack, Alouette’s Gourmet Bites are available now at ShopRite and Harris Teeter stores.
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